How can President Obama possibly win re-election? His only chance is the Clinton formula. There has to be a viable third party candidate or the Republicans could resurrect Herbert Hoover and win in a landslide
Lemmings the Cliff and 2012
By Dr. Robert R. Owens Full Story
We all think we are invincible. We all think we will have another day. Then one day there isn’t another day and our day is done. Empires rise and empires fall and everyone always thinks, “We’ll make it through this. We always have” then one time you don’t. No one gets to live in the world they grew up in, because the only thing that never changes is that everything changes.
Straight from the Horse’s Mouth:
Boehner and Obama NOT Close to Deal
By Judi McLeod Full Story
When it comes to the big scoop, you just can’t beat talk show radio.
In the last segment of today’s Rush Limbaugh show House Speaker John Boehner told the radio giant that contrary to all the rumors circulating, there is no deal on the budget talks that would see substantial spending cuts and seek future revenues through a tax overhaul. There is no deal now and there never was, Boehner insists.
The American people have taken far too much abuse from a minority of foul, loud-mouthed, far-left, anti-American ideologues
Obama’s ineligibility: Prepare to defend America – Strategy to win
By Lawrence Sellin Full Story
“Democracy and socialism have nothing in common but one word, equality. But notice the difference: while democracy seeks equality in liberty, socialism seeks equality in restraint and servitude.” – Alexis de Tocqueville
I think the American people have taken far too much abuse from a minority of foul, loud-mouthed, far-left, anti-American ideologues. There will be no more debates trying to respond to their deranged arguments. They are enemies of liberty. It is time to crush them.
Make no mistake about it; this is a war to save our republic.
The social justice cocaine that the left is hooked on, and on which it has hooked the Democratic party, is an insidious corruption
Edge of the Spending New Frontier
By Daniel Greenfield Full Story
The debt ceiling debate is less about spending than it is about the purpose of government. Under the impact of an economic recession, the train of the Great Society is approaching the edge of the New Frontier. Both sides are still trying to work out a New Deal, but another cuts and spending formula is not the solution. What we need is a serious and earnest discussion about why we are compulsively spending money.
A cocaine addict who runs out of money doesn’t have a spending problem, he has a drug problem. Telling him to cut back on how much money he spends on cocaine, or to shop around for cheaper cocaine isn’t the solution. It’s not about how much he’s spending, but about why. The problem isn’t in the math, it’s in the mindset.